Archive of Transactions

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Transactions Volume 110 (2016)

  • DEEDS NOT WORDS
    Presidential Address Mrs Joan Beeson
  • A PLAIN HOUSE ON A HILL – EVELYN WAUGH’S LAST HOME – COMBE FLOREY
    Mr Alexander Waugh
  • FORD MADOX FORD, PARADE’S END AND THE FIRST WORLD WAR
    Professor Max Saunders
  • Mr SMITH’S REMARKABLE MAPS
    Mr Tom Sharpe
  • FROM TEST TUBE TO TURNER – THE ROLE OF THE CHEMIST IN ART
    Professor Andy Abbott
  • BIRD MIGRATION
    Professor Ian Newton
  • TED HUGHES – THE UNAUTHORISED LIFE
    Professor Sir Jonathan Bate
  • LEICESTER MERCURY MEDIA LECTURE TELLING LOCAL STORIES IN A HAND-HELD WORLD
    Ms Jane Hill
  • DECODING THE LANGUAGE: THE OED’S WAY
    Dr John Simpson
  • PONTECORVO “MR NEUTRINO” THE FATHER OF NEUTRINO ASTRONOMY
    Professor Frank Close
  • CHARLOTTE BRONTE AND THE AUTHOR PORTRAIT
    Dr Julian North
  • BENNETT FUND RESIDUE FOR MUSEUM SEISMOGRAPHS Launched by the Minister of Education,
    The Rt Hon Nicky Morgan, MP
  • ANNUAL REPORTS
  • THE ANNUAL BENNETT LECTURE: THE SIXTH ELEMENT
    Professor Andy Saunders.

Transactions Volume 109 (2015)

  • THE ENEMY ALIENS
    Presidential Address Mrs Ann Fuchs
  • THE LIBRARY OF ASHURBANIPAL, KING OF THE WORLD
    Dr Jon Taylor
  • THE MAKING OF GRAY’S ANATOMY
    Dr Ruth Richardson
  • ALFRED RUSSEL WALLACE AND NATURAL SELECTION: THE REAL STORY
    Dr George Beccaloni
  • DECODING CONSCIOUSNESS
    Professor Geraint Rees
  • MAGNA CARTA: LAW, LIBERTY AND MYTH
    Dr Alexander Lock
  • THE CHANGING WORLD OF BRITISH TELEVISION AND ITS SPORTS COVERAGE
    Mr Gary Newbon
  • FLYING IN THE FACE OF ADVERSITY
    Dr Erica McAlister
  • THE PEACH LECTURE: FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE NATION – THE NATIONAL TRUST IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY
    Dame Helen Ghosh
  • SOLVING COLD CASES
    Dr John W Bond
  • TH ANNUAL BENNETT LECTURE: METHANE THROUGH TIME: THE GAS OF PARADOXES
    Professor Euan G. Nisbet
  • ANNUAL REPORTS

Transactions Volume 108 (2014)

  • PLACE AND WHY IT MATTERS
    Presidential Address by Mr. Michael Taylor
  • SUFFERING AND SENTIMENT IN ROMANTIC MILITARY ART: CHARLES BELL AND THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO
    Professor Philip Shaw
  • THAT WHICH STAINS A NEW POT:
    Schoolteachers on Trial in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries Dr Ben Parsons
  • THE MOST DANGEROUS MOMENT IN BRITISH HISTORY: THE SECRET HISTORY OF THE 1962 CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS
    Christopher Andrew
  • THE MAKING OF AN ICON: THE HISTORY OF SHAKESPEARE’S BIRTHPLACE
    Mr Nicholas A D Molyneux
  • LIVING FOSSILS: STRATEGIES FOR SURVIVAL: THE NATURAL HISTORY OF “LIVING FOSSILS”
    Professor Richard Fortey FRS
  • THE MEDIA AND THE NHS: A MIRROR OR A MICROSCOPE
    Mr. John Adler
  • THE GENIUS OF MICHAEL FARADAY
    Professor Sir John Meurig Thomas FRS
  • THE BIRD ATLAS 2007-2011
    Miss Dawn Balmer
  • THE LONG HISTORY OF THE HAPPINESS AGENDA
    Dr Rhodri Hayward FRHistS
  • LIFE, DEATH AND RESURRECTION IN THE LATE PALAEOZOIC
    Professor Jennifer A Clack FRS
  • ANNUAL REPORTS

Transactions Volume 107 (2013)

  • MUSINGS ON ARCHITECTURE
    Presidential Address by Mr Kanti Chhapi
  • WHAT HAPPENED TO THE IDEA OF A PRIVATE LIFE?
    Dr Julian Sheather
  • THE KING JAMES BIBLE: LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
    Professor Gordon Campbell FBA
  • POPULATING ROMER’S GAP REBUILDING TERRESTRIAL ECOSYSTEMS AFTER THE END-DEVONIAN MASS EXTINCTION
    Professor Jennifer Clack FRS
  • PLATO AND ATLANTIS PLATO AND ATLANTIS
    Professor Angie Hobbs
  • “MAY YOU LIVE IN INTERESTING TIMES” PHILOSOPHY, ETHICS, MEDIA AND POLICING IN 2013
    Mr Simon Cole, Chief Constable, Leicestershire Police
  • BEN JONSON’S WALK TO SCOTLAND 1618
    Professor Julie Sanders
  • PLANTS AND THE KINGDOMS OF LIFE: A HISTORY OF DISCOVERY
    Dr R.J. Gornall
  • THE PEACH LECTURE DESIGN AND NEW ECONOMY FOR THE ECOLOGICAL AGE
    Professor Peter Head CBE FREng FRSA
  • AN EVENING OF SOUND AND MUSIC FEATURING WORKS BY LEICESTER COMPOSERS
  • MAKING MUSIC WITH COMPUTERS
    Professor Andrew Hugill
  • ANNUAL REPORTS

Transactions Volume 106 (2012)

  • Chaos and Fractals: Science Meets Art?
    Presidential Address by John Fothergill
  • Charles Dickens and The Anatomy of Murder
    Dr Andrew Mangham
  • Vikings and Villains: Surnames, Genetics and Ancestry
    Dr Turi King
  • After 650 years on is there a future for magistrates?
    Nick Watson OBE
  • Picasso Ceramics: The Attenborough Collection
    Dr Marilyn McCully
  • Star Crossed Stones: Fossil Sea Urchins in Archaeology, Folklore and Mythology
    Kenneth J. McNamara
  • Use and Detection of Performance Enhancing Drugs in Relation to The 2012 Olympics
    Trevor Brown
  • The Value of the Humanities
    Professor Dominic Shellard
  • ‘Memorabilia’: Robert Browning and Literary Celebrity
    Joseph Phelan
  • What Do We Know About Garden Life
    Dr Ken Thompson
  • Annual Reports

Transactions Volume 105 (2011)

  • OPEN SECRETS: GRAHAM GREENE, EVELYN WAUGH, AND The End of the Affair
    Presidential Address by Professor Martin Stannard
  • WHAT IS IN A NAME? EMULATION AND THE HAZARDS OF ATTRIBUTION
    Professor David Ekserdjian
  • THE EVOLUTION OF ACTIVE VOLCANOES
    Professor Hazel Rymer
  • THE GENTLE MILITARY MAN: MID-NINETEENTH CENTURY MILITARY MEN OF FEELING
    Dr Holly Furneaux
  • KONSTANTIN STANISLAVSKY AND THE RUSSIAN TRADITION OF ACTOR TRAINING: TRACING A BRITISH INHERITANCE
    Professor Jonathan Pitches
  • SATELLITES AND SMOG: WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM SPACE ABOUT THE AIR WE BREATHE?
    Dr Roland Leigh
  • LESSONS FROM THE FINANCIAL CRISIS
    Dr Andrew Bailey
  • THE PEACH LECTURE: DESIGN FOR THE LONDON OLYMPICS 2012
    Ms Alison Nimmo CBE
  • CITIZEN SCIENCE: TURNING EVERYONE INTO A SCIENTIST
    Dr Robert Simpson
  • HISTORY OF SCIENCE
    Sir Peter Williams CBE, FRS
  • ANNUAL REPORTS

Transactions Volume 104 (2010)

  • AN ODYSSEY: FROM ARRAN TO LEICESTER
    Presidential Address by Mrs Jean Humphreys
  • YEARS OF SPACE RESEARCH IN LEICESTER
    Professor Ken Pounds CBE, FRS
  • FRENCH WITHOUT TEARS
    Mr Michael Simkins
  • RETHINKING THE LIFE OF MILTON
    Professor Gordon Campbell
  • LIFE AND THE EARTH: INTERLOCKING HISTORIES
    Professor Aubrey Manning OBE, FRSE
  • CHEMICAL BIOLOGY APPROACHES TO TB THERAPEUTICS AND GENE THERAPY
    Dr Helen C. Hailes
  • THE HEART DIVIDED: MUTED NARRATIVES AND THE PARTITION OF THE PUNJAB
    Dr Pippa Virdee
  • JOURNALISTS WHO TWEET
    Professor Sue Thomas
  • ART AND GRUEL – A CASE STUDY IN PHILANTHROPY
    Mr Lars Tharp
  • THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE: ECHOES OF THE PAST, OR A GLIMPSE OF THE FUTURE?
    Sir Peter Williams CBE, FRS
  • FAUNA BRITANNICA: ITS PLACE IN OUR CULTURE
    Professor Stefan Buczacki
  • CAN CHEMISTRY BE GREEN?
    Dr. Samantha Tang and Professor Martyn Poliakoff CBE, FRS
  • ANNUAL REPORTS

Transactions Volume 103 (2009)

  • THE NOT ALTOGETHER ELEMENTARY CASE OF SHERLOCK HOLMES
    Presidential Address by Mr Richard Gill
  • WIFE OR MUSE: PHILIP LARKIN’S LOVE TRIANGLE
    Professor James Booth
  • THEATRICALS IN A QUIET LIFE: NEW LIGHT ON LEWIS CARROLL
    Professor Richard Foulkes
  • ERNEST GIMSON: ARCHETYPAL ARTS AND CRAFTS DESIGNER
    Mrs Mary Greensted
  • THE FUTURE OF THE UNIVERSE
    Professor Jack Meadows
  • PHENOMENAL FLUIDS
    Professor Martyn Poliakoff
  • GRAVE SECRETS OF DINOSAURS
    Dr Philip Manning
  • THE ROLE OF THE MEDIA IN PROMOTING COMMUNITY COHESION THE LEICESTER MERCURY MEDIA LECTURE
    Nick Carter
  • GLIMPSES OF LIFE AT 142 STRAND IN THE 1850S
    Professor Rosemary Ashton
  • WHATEVER BECAME OF THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION?
    Sir Neil Cossons OBE
  • ALFRED RUSSEL WALLACE AND THE BIRDS OF PARADISE: A TALK BY SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH
    Summary by Jan Dawson
  • SUPER – ERUPTIONS OF AN UNUSUAL STYLE FROM THE YELLOWSTONE HOTSPOT TRACK
    Ben Ellis
  • ANNUAL REPORTS

Transactions Volume 102 (2008)

  • ART, INDUSTRY, AND WORKTOWN
    Presidential Address by Mrs Alwyne Dean
  • ON RESCUING A THREATENED SPECIES
    Dr Irving Finkel
  • SLAVERY IN THE ANCIENT WORLD
    Dr Jon Taylor
  • THE UNRESPECTABLE CHARLES DARWIN
    Dr Gowan Dawson
  • FREEMASONRY’S ANTIQUE LEGACY
    Mr Michael Hyman
  • WHERE ARE THE WOMEN IN GEOLOGY
    Professor Cynthia Burek
  • MAGNETIC FIELDS VS BIOLOGY: CAN MAGNETIC FIELDS POTENTIALLY BE HARMFUL OR HELPFUL?
    Dr Jonathan Woodward
  • CARNAGE AND THE MEDIA. WHAT’S NEW ABOUT RECORDING CONTEMPORARY WARS?
    Professor Jean Seaton
  • OUT OF OIL AND INTO HOT WATER
    Baron Ronald Oxburgh
  • CAN WE MODIFY AGEING?
    Professor Kay-Tee Khaw
  • KEW’S MILLENIUM SEEDBANK PROJECT AT WAKEHURST PLACE
    Mr John Withall
  • FLUORINE: THE ULTIMATE COMBINER
    Professor John Holloway
  • PROGRAMME AND ANNUAL REPORTS

Transactions Volume 101 (2007)

  • IS THE GRASS ALWAYS GREENER?
    Presidential Address by Mr David Beeson
  • DEVELOPMENT OF THE PEACEFUL USE OF NUCLEAR ENERGY: A JUSTIFIABLE OBJECTIVE?
    Mr Peter Riley
  • VICTORIA PARK LEADING TO NEW WALK, LEICESTER
    Dr Helen Boynton
  • A SEVEN POINT GRID FOR LITERARY GREATNESS
    Dr Jane Mackay
  • MURIEL SPARK IN TUSCANY
    Professor Martin Stannard
  • THE MAGIC OF OXYGEN
    Dr Mike Batham & Dr Rob Janes
  • OLOVNIKOV’S CLOCK AND CORONARY HEART DISEASE
    Professor Nilesh Samani
  • THE SIXTH EXTINCTION? WHAT DINOSAURS CAN TELL US ABOUT THE MODERN BIODIVERSITY CRISIS
    Professor Norman MacLeod
  • PROSPECTS FOR MULTICULTURALISM AND COMMUNITY COHESION
    Mr Ted Cantle
  • ALEXANDER WALKER: AN OBSESSIVE COLLECTOR
    Mr Richard Cork
  • PHEROMONES AND OTHER SCENTS FOR THE ALLEVIATION, WORLDWIDE, OF MANY PEST PROBLEMS IN PLANT, ANIMAL AND HUMAN HEALTH
    Professor John Pickett
  • JUGGLING: THEORY AND PRACTICE
    Dr Colin Wright
  • WHY ARCHITECTURE SHOULD BE OF HIGH QUALITY, SIGNIFICANT AND CHALLENGING
    Mr Michael Wilford
  • RE-INTRODUCTION OF BIRDS AND MAMMALS
    Mr Roy Dennis
  • PROGRAMME AND ANNUAL REPORTS

Transactions Volume 100 (2006)

  • A PHILOSOPHY FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY
    Presidential Address by Dr Michael Crowe
  • HENRY VIII & THE REINVENTION OF EARLY-MODERN LITERATURE
    Professor Greg Walker
  • SHIPMAN – (THE TRIAL), THE INQUIRY AND THE AFTERMATH
    Professor Richard Baker
  • NAUGHTY BUT NICE: DRAMATIC CENSORSHIP IN THE 19TH CENTURY
    The Venerable Dr. T. Hughie Jones
  • SURVIVING ARMAGGEDON: SOLUTIONS FOR A THREATENED PLANET
    Professor Bill McGuire
  • FUN WITH CHEMISTRY
    Dr Alan G. Osborne
  • THE SWEET SMELL OF CLEAN CHEMISTRY
    Professor Andrew Abbott
  • MYTHS AND REALITY IN PSYCHOLOGICAL PROFILING
    Dr Julian Boon
  • THE BRITISH LIBRARY
    Dr John Ashworth
  • THE INTERNET: CHANGING THE WAY WE SEE NEWS
    Mr Keith Perch
  • THE ORIGIN OF THE ‘ORIGIN’: WHAT HENSLOW TAUGHT DARWIN.
    Prof J S Parker
  • PROGRAMME AND ANNUAL REPORTS

Transactions Volume 99 (2005)

  • SKETCHES OF LITERARY MEDICAL MEN
    Presidential Address by D.P.S. Sandhu
  • DANGEROUS DECISIONS? THE PAROLE BOARD AND THE LIFE SENTENCE PRISONER
    Judith Pitchers
  • ‘OUR ENDLESS JOY – OUR MATCHLESS PRIDE’ THE VICTORIAN SHAKESPEARE
    Professor Richard Foulkes
  • ORWELL AND THE MINERS
    Professor Robert Colls
  • KING JAMES VI AND I – MORE SINNED AGAINST THAN SINNING
    Colin Pendrill
  • NATURE’S NANOTECHNOLOGY
    Professor Clive R. Bagshaw
  • SELF-REGULATION OF THE PRESS
    Tim Toulmin
  • THE ANCIENT HUMAN OCCUPATION OF BRITAIN (AHOB) PROJECT
    Professor Chris Stringer
  • IS SPRING GETTING EARLIER?
    Tim Sparks
  • ROTWANG AND SONS – THE STORY OF A DESIGN IDEA
    Professor Sir Christopher Frayling
  • EARTH SYSTEMS SCIENCE: ARE WE PUSHING GAIA TOO HARD
    Crispin Tickell
  • COSMIC FINGERPRINTING: THE KEY TO UNDERSTANDING THE UNIVERSE
    Professor Martin Barstow
  • BENNETT FUND FOR RESEARCH: REPORTS OF BENEFICIARIES.
    The Lodestone Project Leader: Dr Allan Mills
  • Microfossils Associated with the Giant Fossil Fish Leedsichthys Found at Star Pit,
    Whittlesey Project leader: Andrew Swift
  • ANNUAL REPORTS
  • SURVEY
  • CONSTITUTION

Transactions Volume 98 (2004)

  • WHY LINKS BETWEEN BUSINESS AND EDUCATION ARE IMPORTANT
    Presidential Address by Michael Kirk, O.B.E., F.C.A.
  • OF LICE AND MEN
    Dr Tony Burns
  • EXPERIMENT WITH AN AMEN – THE POETRY OF R. S. THOMAS
    The Venerable Dr T. Hughie Jones
  • TREASURE HOUSES OF KNOWLEDGE: THE MUSEUMS, LIBRARIES, AND ARCHIVES OF THE THE EAST MIDLANDS
    Dr Tim Hobbs
  • YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT: ISOTOPE STUDIES AND MIGRATION
    Dr Jane Evans
  • WOMEN IN INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY
    Dr Sally Horrocks
  • BUILDING STONE IN NORTHAMPTONSHIRE
    Dr Diana Sutherland
  • SUPER-ERUPTIONS AND THEIR ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS
    Professor Stephen Self
  • THE RUINS OF PALMYRA: NEW RESEARCH AND LINKS WITH SOME 18TH CENTURY CEILINGS IN ENGLAND
    Professor Susan Tebby
  • FATHERS AND SONS: Y CHROMOSOMES, HUMAN EVOLUTION AND GENEALOGY
    Dr Mark Jobling
  • FARMING AND WILDLIFE
    Mr Nicholas Watts
  • ANNUAL REPORTS

Transactions Volume 97 (2003)

  • VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
    Presidential Address by Dr D.P. Bethel, C.B.E
  • THE PASTORAL
    Professor R.P. Draper
  • DOING BUSINESS WITH BRITAIN’S ETHNIC MINORITIES
    Mr Ram Gidoomal, C.B.E.
  • THE UBIQUITY OF BLUE
    Professor Peter Welton
  • RUBENS ALLEGORIES IN PEACE AND WAR
    Professor Richard Verdi
  • ‘REAL GENETIC ENGINERING’
    Dr Liz Sockett
  • GOD: A LITERARY AND PICTORIAL HISTORY
    Professor Gordon Campbell
  • FROM PLATE GLASS TO DIGITAL
    Mr Steve England and Dr Michael Crowe
  • NEW USES FOR OLD ESTUARIES
    Dr. Julian Andrews
  • CHAOS AND COMPLEXITIES IN THE GAME OF LIFE
    Dr Derek Raine
  • THE HARRY HARDY PEACH LECTURE: MORE FEAR THAN TALENT
    Mr Kenneth Grange, C.B.E.
  • THE MILLENNIUM ATLAS: BRITISH BUTTERFLIES
    Mr Richard Fox
  • RECURRENT PATTERNS OF BIRD TERRITORIES IN WELFORD ROAD CEMETERY, LEICESTER BETWEEN 1972 AND 1985
    Dr D A C McNeil
  • ANNUAL REPORTS

Transactions Volume 96 (2002)

  • THE MAKING OF A CATHEDRAL
    Presidential Address by Canon Michael Wilson
  • TURNER AND ITALY
    Professor Luke Herrmann
  • NEWMAN THE SATIRIST, OR POWELL’S PARADOX
    Professor William Myers
  • EXTINCTIONS – PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE
    Professor Michael J. Benton
  • THE ELEPHANT MAN AND LEICESTER
    Dr D.A. Burns
  • SHAKESPEARE’S HISTORIES IN PERFORMANCE (ILLUSTRATED)
    Professor Lois Potter
  • THE PROTECTION OF VULNERABLE PEOPLE FROM ABUSE: MORAL AND PROFESSIONAL DILEMMAS
    Professor Olive Stevenson
  • FROM THE AMAZON RAINFOREST TO THE EDEN PROJECT
    Professor Sir Ghillean Prance, FRS
  • OBSERVING THE EARTH FROM SPACE
    Dr. Sean Lawrence
  • THE HISTORY OF VICTORIA PARK
    Dr Helen Boynton
  • HENRY SWAIN BENNETT (1858 – 1927): A MAJOR BENEFACTOR OF THE LEICESTER LITERARY & PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY
    Professor Patrick J. Boylan
  • THE HARRY HARDY PEACH LECTURE
  • ANNUAL REPORTS AND LIST OF MEMBERS

Transactions Volume 95 (2001)

  • ‘IF STONES COULD SPEAKE’
    Presidential Address by Mrs Hilary Lewis
  • THE WRITER AS READER
    Penelope Lively
  • DID ORWELL SERVE THE SECRET STATE? ORWELL AND THE INFORMATION RESEARCH DEPARTMENT OF THE FOREIGN OFFICE
    Professor Peter Davison, O.B.E.
  • THE EUROPEANNESS OF SHAKESPEARE
    Dr Robert Smallwood
  • LEICESTER AND EVOLUTION: THE STORY OF ALFRED RUSSEL WALLACE
    Dr Sandra Knapp
  • DEVELOPING GRADUATE EDUCATION IN THE UK
    Professor Robert Burgess
  • MINISTRY IN A NEW MILLENNIUM
    The Right Reverend Tim Stevens
  • SPORT AND THE MEDIA
    John Williams
  • TREES AND WOODS IN ART AND REALITY
    Dr Oliver Rackham
  • THE ALIEN’S GUIDE TO EARTHLING SCIENCE
    David Brodie
  • DANGEROUS EARTH Geology Section Saturday School
  • A SHORT HISTORY OF THE SOCIETY
  • THE SOCIETY’S CONSTITUTION
  • ANNUAL REPORTS AND LIST OF MEMBERS

Transactions Volume 94 (2000)

  • SIXTY YEARS IN THE MOVIES
    Presidential Address by Lord Richard Attenborough
  • SHAKESPEARE’S SOUTH BANK SHOW OR HOW DOES HAMLET END?
    Nigel Wood
  • RUPERT BROOKE AND THE OLD VICARAGE. GRANTCHESTER
    Lady Mary Archer
  • RIVERS AND RUBBISH
    Lynne Frostick
  • THE ENGLISH BIBLE: A LOST MASTERPIECE
    David J. Daniell
  • READING VICTORIAN WOMEN
    Joaone Shattock
  • AMENITY AND FIFTY YEARS OF TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING
    John Dean
  • REGULATlNG THE PRESS IN FREE SOCIETIES
    Robert Pinker
  • NATURAL HISTORY READINGS: UNWEA VING THE RAINBOW
    Richard Dawkins .
  • DERBYSHIRE BLUE JOHN
    Trevor O. Ford
  • THE CHARNIA FAUNA AND GLOBAL CHAOS IN THE LATE PRECAMBRIAN
    Martin D. Brasier
  • GLOBAL WARMING: NOTHING NEW UNDER THE SUN
    Summaries
  • UN1NVITED BLOODSUCKERS AT HOUSE MARTIN TOWERS
    Frank CJark &; D.AC. McNe.il
  • ANNUAL REPORT AND LIST OF MEMBERS

Transactions Volume 93 (1999)

  • BRINGING DINOSAURS TO LIFE
    Presidential Address by John Martin
  • EXPLORING 1IIE EARTH
    James Jackson
  • DECISION MAKING IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT
    David Meredith
  • THE MAKING OF AN ANTHOLOGY: 19TH CENTURY WOMEN POETS
    Isobel Armstrong
  • VICTORIANS’ OFF- THE-PEG: REGISTERED DESIGNS FOR CLOTHING 1839-1900
    Sarah Levitt
  • CHEMICAL SENSORS IN THE ENVIRONMENT
    Tony Edmonds
  • OUR FREEDOM IS YOUR FREEDOM
    Robert Satchwell
  • TULIPOMANlA
    Anna Pavord
  • HOW DICKENS WROTE HIS NOVELS
    Philip Collins
  • AN EVENING WITH GALILEO
    Peter Joyce
  • THE GEOLOGY OF THE BRAND, CHARNWOOD FOREST, LEICESTERSHIRE
    Helen Boynyon & John Moseley
  • 101 THINGS TO DO WITH A DEAD PLESIOSAUR
    Arthur Cruickshank
  • VOLCANIC ERUPTION AND IGNEOUS INTRUSION – LEICESTERSHIRE’S FIERY PAST
    AND WARWICKSHIRE’S PART IN IT
  • Abstracts
  • ANNUAL REPORT AND LIST OF MEMBERS

Transactions Volume 92 (1998)

  • DESIRABLE LOCATIONS 1880-1920
    Presidential Address by Grant K Pitches
  • LIFE, TIMES AND LEGACY OF MARY ANNING (1799~1847) FOSSILIST
    Hugh Torrens
  • THE CHANGING ROLE AND FUNCTIONS OF THE BANK OF ENGLAND
    A.J. Bailey
  • WORLD PROJECTS
    KO. Shuttleworth
  • ANSWERING THE CALLS OF NATURE: HUMAN MIMICRY OF AVIAN VOICE
    Jeffrey Boswall
  • OZONE HOLES – FACT OR FICTION
    P.S.Monks
  • DEVELOPING THE MERCURY TOWARDS 2000
    N. Carter
  • CHINA IN HOGARTH’S ENGLAND
    Lars Tharp
  • PUZZLES AND CLASSIC FICTION
    John Sutherland
  • THE ILLUSTRATED MAN – THE ART OF TATTOOING
    D.A.Bums
  • FABULOUS FOSSILS: EXAMPLES OF EXCEPTIONAL PRESERVATION
    ·         SETTING THE SCENE by Derek Briggs
    ·         SOFT BODIED FOSS1LS FROM THE SILUR1AN by Derek J. Siveter
    FOSSIL SPIDERS by Paul A. Selden
    ·         COLOUR PRESERVATION IN THE FOSSIL RECORD by MJ. Barker
    ·         THE SOOM SHALE-SEDIMENTS AND FOSSILS by RJ. Aldridge
    ·         THE SOOM SHALE – ECOLOGY by Sarah E. Gabbott
    ·         PHOSPHATISED SOFT TISSUES by P.R. Witby
    ·         SOFT TISSUES IN PTEROSAURS by David Martin
  • TOWNS AS SANCTUARIES FOR BIRDS IN LEICESTERSHIRE: A PRELIMINARY STIIDY
    D.A.C. McNeil
  • THE OCCURRENCE OF COPPER ORE – CHALCOPYRITE IN LEICESTERSHIRE
    R.J. King.
  • Annual Report and List of Members

Transactions Volume 91 (1997)

  • SCIENCE IN ART: ART IN SCIENCE
    Professor John H Holloway
  • WHAT IS THE NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE FOR?
    Professor John Harris
  • THE FLATULENT CRETACEOUS WORLD
    Peter W. Skelton
  • THE UNIVERSITY IN THE NEXT CENTURY
    Professor Kenneth Barker
  • THE WITCH OF EXMOOR
    Margaret Drabble
  • JOURNEY INTO SPACE
    Helen Sbarman
  • TWO POEMS FROM SALTWATER
    Andrew Motion
  • MEDIA FREEDOMS AND CONTROLS IN THE NEW INFORMATION AGE
    David Newell
  • CHIMPANZEES: THE LIVlNG LINK BETWEEN MAN AND BEASTS
    Jane Goodall
  • BRINGING DINOSAURS TO LIFE
    John Martin

Transactions Volume 90 (1996)

  • DID THEY DO RIGHT?
    Presidental Address by Ormond K. Smyth
  • SIR EDWIN LUTYENS: ARCHITECT OF SYNTHESIS
    Grant Pitches
  • MURDER AND MYSTERY: THE CRAFT OF THE DETECTNE STORY
    Baroness P.D.James
  • METEOR IMPACTS AND THE HISTORY OF LIFE
    Professor Simon Conway-Morris
  • PROTECTING THE WORLD’S HERITAGE DURING ARMED CONFLICT
    Professor Patrick Boylan
  • ON BEING A BIT LESS GREEN
    Dr John Emsley
  • SPECULATIONS ON THE ROLE OF MANTLE CONVECTION IN
    CONTINENTAL RIFTING BASED ON SEISMIC TOMOGRAPHY EXPERIMENTS
    Paul M. Davis
  • THE LOST GODS OF EASTER ISLAND
    Sir David Attenborough
    ALTERNATIVE NEPAL
  • Dr Franklyn Perring
  • WINTERING GULLS IN VICTORIA PARK, LEICESTER
    Dr D.A.C. McNeil
  • MOUNT BARDON VOLCANISM
    Dr MJ. Le Bas
  • ORIGINS AND INNOVATIONS: 200 MILLION YEARS OF VERTEBRATE EVOLUTION
    compiled and edited by Drs R. Aldridge & Mark Purnell
    ·         INTRODUCTION by Mark Purnell
    ·         TALES OF TEETH AND TAILS by M. Paul Smith
    ·         WHAT MAKES A VERTEBRATE? by Peter W.H. Holland
    ·         CONODONTS – THE SOFT TISSUE EVIDENCE by RJ. Aldridge
    ·         THE NATURE OF THE FIRST VERTEBRATES by Mark Pumell
    ·         EVOLUTION OF TEETH AND SCALES by Ivan I. Sansom
    ·         NATURE READ IN TOOTH AND CLAW by Peter Forey
    ·         BONES AND TEETH IN LUNGFISH by Moya M. Smith
    ·         SMALL STEPS AND BIG LEAPS by Per E. Ahlberg
  • Annual Report and List of Members

Transactions Volume 89 (1995)

  • THE DEVIL’S ARCHDEACON: THE LORD’S FACTOTUM
    Presidential Address by the Venerable T. Hughie Jones
  • HONG KONG: THE PROSPECT FOR POST 1997
    David Bethel
  • THE NATURAL HISTORY AND UTILIZATION OF CLAYS
    Professor Ansel Dunham
  • BEGlNNERS PLEASE OR FIRST START YOUR PLAY
    Robert SmalJwood
  • THE FUTURE OF THE LAY MAGISTRACY
    Michael Meadows
  • THE PSYCHOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES OF STRESSFUL EVENTS
    Professor Sydney Brandon
  • VICTORIAN TO MODERN: GEORGE ELIOT’S MIDDLEMARCH; HARDY’S TESS
    Professor V. Newey
  • THE MEDIA AND THE HOLOCAUST
    Professor Aubrey Newman
  • THE CHANGING STATUS OF BRITAIN’S BIRDS
    Christopher Mead
  • THE CHEMISTRY OF SEXUAL ATTRACTION
    David R. Kelly
  • THE THREE GREAT REVOLUTIONS IN PALAEONTOLOGY
    Professor Stephen J. Gould
  • GEOLOGY FROM SPACE – INTRODUCTION
    M.K.G.Whateley
  • MONITORING VOLCANIC ACTIVITY FROM SPACE
    Andy Harris
  • ANCIENT IMPACT CRATERS ON EARTH RESOURCE MAPPING
    David Greenbaum
  • THE USE OF GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN MINERAL EXPLORATION
    Charlie Moon
  • Review: MEMORIES OF NEWTOWN LINFORD AND BRADGATE HOUSE
    (Joan Stevenson) … Stephan Mastoris
  • Review: LEICESTERSHIRE AND RUTLAND WOODLANDS, PAST AND PRESENT
    (A. Squires & M.Jeeves)    Derek Lott
  • Annual Report and List of Members

Transactions Volume 88 (1994)

  • THE CYCLOPS
    Presidential Address by John E Higginbotham
  • BLAMING THE MESSENGER – MUSIC FOR AUTOMATIC MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
    Francis Bowdery
  • ADVENTURE TIBET – PROJECT DENGKE
    Mel Richardson
  • NOTABLE TREES
    Alan Mitchell
  • EXCEPTIONAL PRESERVATION IN FOSSILS
    David Martill
  • DOES PARLIAMENT WORK?
    Sir Michael Latham
  • TALES OF HOFMANN – A GERMAN CHEMIST IN LONDON
    William H. Brock
  • JOHN BUCBAN, HUGH MacDIARMID AND THE MAKING OF MODERN SCOTTISH LITERATURE
    George Shepperson
  • OLIVER ST JOHN – CROMWELL’S CHIEF JUSTICE
    Judge Christopher Young
  • A REVISED STUDY OF THE AMPHIBIANS IN GARDEN PONDS IN LEICESTERSHIRE
    Dorian Latham, Jenny Bowen and Mark Jeffcote
  • CHARNIA REVISITED
    – summary T.D. Ford
  • TIlE PRECAMBRIAN FRONDOSE ORGANISMS OF CHARNWOOD FOREST
    Helen E. Boynton
  • THE PRECAMBRIAN DISCOID FOSSILS OF CBARNWOOD FOREST
    Trevor D. Ford
  • THE UNSUCCESSFUL SEARCH FOR MICROFOSSILS IN CBARNIAN ROCKS
    C.J. Peat
  • TRACE FOSSILS IN THE SWITHLAND SLATES
    B.H. Bland
  • THE EDIACARAN FAUNA OF THE LLANGYNOG INUER, DYFED, SOUTH WALES
    John C.W. Cope
  • LATEST PRECAMBRIAN·EARLY CAMBRIAN EVENTS AND MASS EXTINCTIONS: THE INTRA-CHARNIAN HIATUS
    M.D. Brasier and D. Mcllroy
  • EDIACARAN SURVIVORS AND EARLY ANIMAL Evolution
    S. Conway-Morris
  • Annual Report & List of Members

Transactions Volume 87 (1993)

  • THE HEYDAY OF ELECTIONS AND ELECTIONEERING
    Presidential Address by Maurice Bailey
  • SIMON DE MONTFORT, EARL OF LEICESTER AND THE IMAGE OF THIRTEENTH CENTURY CHIVALRY
    Daniel Williams
  • SCIENCE IN TIHE SUPERMARKET
    Sir Geoffrey Allen
  • THE LIFE AND GRAPHIC WORK OF ERIC FRASER
    Rev. Geoffrey Fraser
  • THE STUFF OF DREAMS: A VIEW OF SHAKESPEARE’S PLAYS
    Mary Mestecky
  • THE HEART OF THE MATTER
    David de Bono
  • THE MEDIA TODAY
    Nicholas Herbert (Baron Hemingford)
  • COMMERCIAL EXPLOITATION OF OUR FOSSIL RESERVES
    Stan Wood
  • THE LONDONDERRY PLANTATION 1609-1914
    James Stevens Curl
  • COSTS AND BENEFITS OF BAT CONSERVATION
    Robert E. Stebbings
  • THE HIDDEN MOUNTAINS OF LEICESTERSHIRE
    M.J. Le Bas
  • TURKIC-TYPE OROGENY IN THE ALTAIDS
    A.M.C. Sengör
  • ANNUAL REPORT
  • LIST OF MEMBERS

Transactions Volume 86 (1992)

Contents Why Opera Matters, Nineteenth Century Popular Theatre, Am I still Too Loud? Gas, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, Dylan Thomas Remembered, Taming the Mighty Yangtze, International Importance of Wildlife, Radon in East Midlands Sedimentary Rocks, Phosphorus, Phosphorites and Evolutionary Change

Transactions Volume 85 (1991)

  • MALAWI • ONE MAN’S VISION
    Presidential Address by E. Kendall CIark
  • THE QUAKERS IN INDUSTRY
    Jobn Punsbon
  • INSECTS FOR LUNCH
    R.I. Vane-Wright
  • THE MOUNTAINS OF CENTRAL ASIA
    B.F. Windley
  • PLATE TECTONICS AND RlFTlNG
    P A. Ziegler
  • THE LOWER LIAS AT CATTHORPE, SOUTH LEICESTERSHIRE – REVISITED
    D.M. Blake
  • GREAT SEA DRAGONS
    M.A. Taylor & A.R.I. Cruicksbank
  • A PAINTING OF DIMMINSDALE?
    Trevor D. Ford
  • ANNUAL REPORT
  • LIST OF MEMBERS

Transactions Volume 84 (1990)

  • ORDER AND ORGANISATION: CLUES TO mE ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION OF LIFE
    Presidential Address by P.H.A. Sneath
  • THE ROLE OF SILICON AND ALUMINIUM IN BIOLOGY
    J.D. Bircball
  • THE HEAT TRAP: GWBAL WARMING AND WHAT IT MEANS FOR YOU
    J. Gribbon
  • THE READING AND WRITING OF DETECTIVE STORIES
    Collin Dexter
  • DEVELOPMENT OF THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT; DISSECTION OF THE ORGANIC GEOCHEMICAL RECORD
    J.M.Hayes
  • THE GRAND CANYON EXPERIENCE
    Trevor D. Ford
  • THE ACULEATE SOLITARY WASPS AND BEES (Hymenoptera, Aculeata) of LEICESTERSHIRE
    M.E. Arcber
  • ANNUAL REPORT
  • LIST OF MEMBERS

Transactions Volume 83 (1989)

  • POPPY AND MANDRAGORA AND ALL THE DROWSY SYRUPS OF THE WORLD
    Presidential Address by D.G.Lewis
  • THE SURVIVAL OF THE ARISTOCRACY IN ENGLAND: HOW DID THEY DO IT?
    J.V.Beckett
  • RADIO IN THE NINETIES
    J.Gallagher
  • THE THEATRES OF LEICESTERSHIRE
    Helen Leacroft
  • WILDLIFE IN TRUST
    Keith N .A. Alexander
  • PROBLEMS IN THE BIOGRAPHY OF D.H.LAWRENCE
    John Worthen
  • THE BARROW KIPPER, ‘PLESIOSAURUS’ MEGACEPHALUS (PLESIOSAURIA, REPTlUA) FROM THE LOWER LIAS (LOWERJURASSIC) OF BARROW-UPON-SOAR. LEICESTERSHIRE
    M.A.Taylor & A.R.I.Cruickshank
  • THE TRIASSIC – JURASSIC BOUNDARY BEDS OF THE CITY OF LEICESTER
    Paul B.Wignall, R.G. Clements Be Michael J. Simms
  • THE LOWER LIAS AT SADDINGTON, LEICESTERSHIRE
    D.M.Blake
  • AN ENTOMOLOGICAL SURVEY OF AN INNER CITY WASTELAND SITE:HUMBERSTONE ROAD WHARF, LEICESTER
    J.G.Woodhead
  • THE INVERTEBRATE FAUNA OF DONINGTON PARK
    D.A.Lott
  • THE EARTH AS A DUSTBIN? DOMESTIC AND INDUSTRIAL WASTE DISPOSAL, LANDFILL SITE SELECTION AND MANAGEMENT: WHAT ALTERNATIVES ARE THERE TO HOLES IN THE GROUND?
    C.O’Brien
  • TOXIC AND HAZARDOUS WASTE
  • Judith Petts
  • WASTE DISPOSAL – PROTECTING WATER RESOURCES FOR THE FUTURE
    A.J.Peacock
  • GEOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF WASTE DISPOSAL – HOW LEEDS DOES IT
    I.J.Brown
  • SHORT NOTES ON TEMPORARY SECTIONS
    H.E.Boynton
  • PRESIDENT’S REPORT, 1988-89
  • PROGRAMME FOR 14th SESSION
  • ANNUAL REPORT OF THE GEOLOGY SECTION
  • ANNUAL REPORT OF THE NATURAL HISTORY SECTION
  • MEMBERSHIP LIST 1988-89

Transactions Volume 82 (1988)

  • THE SCIENCE OF VERIFICATION
    Presidential Address by M.A. Khan
  • DARTINGTON – A UTOPIAN COMMUNITY
    D. Davis
  • THE CONCEPTION AND OPERATION OF THE EAST MIDLANDS AIRPORT
    E. Dyer
  • MOLECULES AND ME – CHEMISTRY AND SOCIETY
    R. Malpas
  • THE LAST OF THE AMATEURS; S.C. MASON, CBE, DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION FOR LEICESTERSHIRE, 1947-71
    D.K. Jones
  • THE TOWER KARST OF SOUTHERN CHINA
    A.C. Waltham
  • THE LOWER LIAS AT CATTHORPE, SOUTH LEICESTERSHIRE
    D.M. Blake and R.G.Cclements
  • PRESIDENT’S REPORT, 1987-88
  • PROGRAMME FOR 146th SESSION
  • ANNUAL REPORT OF THE GEOLOGY SECTION
  • ANNUAL REPORT OF THE NATURAL HISTORY SECTION
  • MEMBERSHIP LIST 1987-88

Transactions Volume 81 (1987)

  • THE CHANGING FACE OF LEICESTER
    A. Orton
  • MICRO-ELECTRONICS IN MEDICINE
    N.B. Jones
  • HALLEY’S COMET – A ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME EXPERIENCE
    Heather Couper
  • KORA – KENYA’S LAND OF FRANKINCENSE. HENNA AND MYRRH – A NATURAL HISTORY OF THE KORA RESERVE
    Malcolm Coe
  • THE RAVENNA MOSAICS
    Eli Prins
  • MONUMENTS AND MAIDENS, FEMALE BODIES, MALE MEANINGS?
    Marina Warner
  • THE IDEA OF THE GARDEN IN THE CITY
    Brigid M. Boardman
  • MODERN ENGLISH GRAMMAR: ITS HISTORICAL COMPONENT
    Robert Burchfield
  • PLUMBING SYSTEMS OF BLACK SMOKER SPRINGS AND OPHIOLITE SULPHIDE ORES
    J. R. Cann
  • THE MIDDLE LIAS SILTS AND CLAYS AND AMALTHEID AMMONITES FROM TILTON RAILWAY CUTTING, LEICESTERSHIRE
    D.M. Blake
  • ICHTHYOSAURS WITH SOFT TISSUES: ADDITIONAL COMMENTS
    David M. Martill
  • A GUIDE TO THE GEOLOGY OF THE PRECAMBRIAN ROCKS OF BRADGATE PARK IN CHARNWOOD FOREST, LEICESTERSHIRE
    D.S. Sutherland; H.E Boynton; T.D. Ford; M.J. Le Bas; J. Moseley; K. Pontin & M.K.G.Whateley
  • ANNUAL REPORTS ETC.

Transactions Volume 80 (1986)

  • PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS – “OH, MISTRESS MINE”
    L. Lloyd-Smith
  • LOBBYING FOR THE PRESS
    David Newell
  • ARE TROPICAL RAIN FORESTS REALLY DISAPPEARING?
    T.C. Whitmore
  • MOSCOW TO SAMARKAND
    J.R. Schofleld
  • INN SIGNS AND SHOP SIGNS OF THE MIDLANDS
    K.F. Day
  • EARTHQUAKE PREDICTION
    Robert Muir-Wood
  • THE ALPS: INTERACTION BETWEEN TWO CONTINENTS
    Rudolf Trümpy
  • A NEW LOWER LIAS EXPOSURE AT BILLESDON, LEICESTERSHIRE
    D.M. Blake
  • SOFT-TISSUE PRESERVATION IN ICHTHYOSAURS AND A STRATLGRAPHIC REVIEW OF THE LOWER HETTANGLAN OF BARROW- UPON-SOAR, LEICESTERSHIRE,
    J. Martin, E. Frey and J. Ries
  • BEETHOVEN AND HIS 19TH CENTURY ANALYSTS
    Ian Bent
  • ANNUAL REPORTS
  • LIST OF MEMBERS

Transactions Volume 79 (1985)

  • SESQUICENTENNIAL CELEBRATIONS
    M. A. Baatz
  • SESQUICENTENNIAL SERVICE OF THANKSGIVING
    Rev. Dr. A. H. Kirkby
  • PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS – UNDER-MINING
    M. A. Baatz
  • LITERARY & PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETIES – A SESQUICENTENNIAL EXAMINATION
    W. H. Brock
  • THE FOUNDATION OF THE SOCIETY
    W. H. Brock
  • SOME EVENTS OF OUR SOCIETY’S FOUNDATION
    WaIter Cockshaw
  • LITERATURE IN 1835
    Philip Collins
  • MUSICAL JOURNEY – LONDON TO VIENNA
    W. L. Reed
  • SHAKESPEARE AND VERDI
    John Florance
  • LORD BERNERS – A MOST PROFESSIONAL AMATEUR
    Peter Dickinson
  • MASS EXTINCTIONS IN THE FOSSIL RECORD
    A. Hallam
  • WHENCE AND WHITHER PHILOSOPHY?
    William Baatz
  • DEEP SEISMIC REFLECTIONS AND INTERCONTINENTAL COLLISIONS
    Drummond Matthews
  • KOMATIITES: EXCEPTIONALLY HOT LAVAS FROM THE ARCHEAN
    R. S. J. Sparks
  • A NEW EXPOSURE OF THE UPPER LIAS CEPHALOPOD BED IN NORTHAMPTONSHIRE
    D.Martill and D. Blake
  • MURCHISON AND ‘THE QUORN AT QUENBY’ IN 1823
    John Ferneley by Peter Crowther
  • ANNUAL REPORTS
  • LIST OF MEMBERS

Transactions Volume 78 (1984)

  • PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS: THE EARLY WOMEN MOUNTAINEERS AND SOME OF THEIR SUCCESSORS
    Mrs. Cicely Williams
  • THE LURE OF THE MICROSCOPE
    Brian Bracegirdle
  • RECORDING BRITAIN’S PHOTOGRAPHIC HERITAGE
    John Wall
  • “WHO IS MY FATHER, DAD?”
    Professor J. MacVicar
  • GEMSTONES
    Professor R.A. Howie
  • THE BLACKBROOK STORY
    A. Newton
  • NOTES ON THE GEOLOGY OF THE BLACKBROOK AREA
    Helen E. Boynton
  • STRATIGRAPHY AND AMMONITE ZONATION OF THE MIDDLE AND UPPER LIAS (LOWER JURASSIC) AT AVONHILL QUARRY, WARWICKSHIRE
    David Martill and Don Blake
  • ANNUAL REPORTS
  • LIST OF MEMBERS

Transactions Volume 77 (1983)

Transactions 77a (1983)

  • PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS: DOWN TO THE BASEMENT
    Trevor D. Ford
  • THE LANGUAGE OF OBJECTS
    Stephen Bayley
  • THE QUEEN’S CANALETTOS
    J.R. Links
  • MESMERISM
    Brian Johnson
  • HEALING SANCTUARIES OF THE GRAECO-ROMAN WORLD
    J. Ferguson
  • WIND – AN ALTERNATIVE SOURCE OF ENERGY
    Peter Musgrove
  • THE EARLIEST WELL-PRESERVED FOSSILS
    H.B. Whittington
  • LESSER KNOWN AUSTRALIA
    Dorothy Bovey
  • A HISTORY OF LEICESTER UNIVERSITY BOTANIC GARDEN
    R.J. Gornall
  • THE HALLGATES STORY
    A. Newton
  • GEOLOGICAL INTERPRETAT~ON OF RECORDS AND PHOTOGRAPHS OF HALLGATES RESERVOIRS
    H.E. Boynton
  • ANNUAL REPORTS
  • LIST OF MEMBERS

Transactions Volume 76 (1982)

  • PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS: WHY MUSEUMS?
    Patrick J. Boylan
  • FIELD PONDS IN NORTH LEICESTERSHIRE: THEIR CHARACTERISTICS, AQUATIC FLORA AND DECLINE
    J.E. Beresford & P.M. Wade
  • NOTES ON THE CHIRONOMID FAUNA OF RUTLAND WATER, LEICESTERSHIRE
    Andrew E. Brown
  • THE DISTRIBUTION AND STATUS OF ROCK-ROSE HELIANTHEMUM CHAMAECISTUS MILL IN RELATION TO LAND USE IN THE STAMFORD AREA
    B.N.K. Davis & P.E. Jones
  • THE OCCURRENCE OF CINNABAR IN LEICESTERSHIRE
    R.J. King
  • GEOLOGICAL EVIDENCE FROM LEICESTERSHIRE ON THE CRUST OF SOUTHERN BRITAIN
    M.J. Le Bas
  • THE NUDE, HEROIC AND OTHERWISE
    J. Boardman
  • THE COMPOSITION AND EVOLUTION OF THE MOON
    G. Malcolm Brown
  • THOUGH IT BE HONEST, IT IS NEVER GOOD TO BRING BAD NEWS
    David Chipp
  • THE CONTINUING IMPORTANCE OF ANCIENT ATHENS
    John Ferguson
  • SPACE RESEARCH AT LEICESTER 1960-1981
    K.A. Pounds
  • THE MICROBE AS A SOURCE OF FOOD AND ENERGY
    J.R. Quayle
  • IN DEFENCE OF STYLE
    Roger Scruton
  • THE WORLD’S LARGEST CAVES
    A.C. Waltham
  • ANNUAL REPORTS
  • LIST OF MEMBERS